The Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture) launched its summer camp this year, organized under the slogan “Little Explorers”, and promised the participants of tomorrow’s generations a journey full of fun, learning, creativity and past adventures between the corridors of Al Shindagha Museum in Dubai , over two weeks next July.
Dubai Culture has created an entertaining and cultural atmosphere that increases awareness of young people aged eight to 12 and promotes their creative skills, to be future builders through a series of specialized and innovative workshops, in addition to inspiring sessions and workshops spread over two camps : the first from the 18th to the 22nd of July next and the second from the 25th to the 29th of the same month.
Abdullah Al-Obaidly, acting director of the Al Shindagha Museum, said: “Our young people today are the builders of the future. Therefore, it is our duty to nurture their minds, promote their creativity and prepare them to create the bright future that our country has. strive for the next 50 years, and that is what we always aim for from the summer activities we offer young people every year in line with our strategy of supporting talent and inspiring the younger generations to creativity and innovation. ” .
He added: “The camps are part of our responsibility to promote the culture and knowledge of future generations in various fields, as well as an opportunity to discover their talents and work to refine and develop them, as well as to promote and nurture a generation closely. linked to the authentic Emirati heritage through these heritage sites and historical sites, such as the Shindagha Museum, as it gives them an overview of the emirate’s history, culture and craftsmanship. “
It is noteworthy that “Dubai Culture” is committed to promoting the cultural and creative environment of the emirate and consolidating its position in the global cultural arena, as well as integrating cultural content in innovative ways into educational curricula, helping to build young generations who are proud of their national heritage and are proud of their culture.
Various innovative workshops prepared by the authority to enrich young people’s knowledge from eight to 12 years and promote their creative skills.
“The camps in historic sites seek to promote and nurture a generation closely linked to the authentic Emirati heritage.”
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